What Happened To Mike Wolfe Powerlifter? Death Cause & Obituary

Mike Wolfe died yesterday. However, the cause of his death has not been revealed yet. 

Many of his close friends took to social media after his passing to pay tribute to him. Everyone has been shocked and saddened by his unexpected death.

Mike was born and raised in St. Mary’s, Ohio. He competed in the APF as a Super Heavyweight and was about to compete in the WPO bench contest. 

One of the users on Instagram wrote, “I found out today that one of my idols and friend passed away.. Mike Wolf. One of the strongest and baddest dudes that God put on this planet. “

“Mike was the first guy in Powerlifting I was drawn to roughly 20 years ago and wanted to be like! I tried to lift like him, train like him, and was still a million light-years away from being close to his strength!”

“I finally met Mike in Columbus right before he placed 1st at Worlds. It was like meeting a superhero. Whatever Mike did, I followed. He was a gentle giant but could also be a bear when needed. Mike.. I’ll miss you, man.”

Meet Mike Wolfe Wife

Mike Wolfe has been married to his lovely wife Chastity for 11 years. Damon, 9, and Caitlin, 6, are their two children.

Mike enjoyed spending time with his wife and children. He enjoyed going on road vacations with them, and he really enjoyed driving.

There isn’t much else known about his wife. After Mike’s death, she must be absolutely shattered. We express our deepest sympathies to his wife, children, and other family members.

What Was Mike Wolfe Net Worth?

Mike Wolfe’s net worth has not been revealed yet. However, the main source of his income was powerlifting. 

He began training in high school during football season, but it was ineffective. After graduating from high school, he took a year off before resuming his training in 1994.

In the mid-1990s, he competed at the state level and won four consecutive competitions. In 1997, he began bodybuilding, lost a lot of weight, and came close to competing on stage, but never did.

He stopped lifting for two years around that period. So he started playing tournament paintball and eventually became the captain of an amateur squad. 

The bug got him again in late 2002 when his brother-in-law asked Mike to show him some weightlifting techniques. Since that day, the powerlifter has never looked back and has achieved enormous success. He began his training with Lou and George Halbert at Westside a little over a year ago.